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Maersk Line to share ships with MOL and MSC in South America

Maersk Line has sealed a deal to share slots on 22 vessels servicing two routes between Asia and South America with carriers Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and MSC.

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Maersk Line will share 22 ships on two services between Asia and South America with carriers Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and Mediterranean Shipping Company, MSC, says Maersk Line in a press release on Monday.

Maersk Line and Swiss MSC will operate six vessels with a capacity of 9,000 teu, while Japan's MOL will contribute ten ships of 5,500 teu.

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